Attention music researchers!
Through March 30, 2022, the University Libraries has a trial running for MGG Online
. MGG Online
builds on the second edition of Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart
(which the University Libraries has in print), offering new and updated content. MGG Online
’s content covers an array of topics not only in all areas of music but also in related fields, such as literature, philosophy, and the visual arts.
This is the time of year when librarians in the University Libraries begin to think about new e-resources for the next fiscal year, so your feedback will be most appreciated. Try it out and if you’d like to share your thoughts, please send your comments to Joan Stahl (firstname.lastname@example.org), Director, Research and Instruction, by 4/15/2022.
Mullen Library will be closed on Sunday, January 16, 2022, due to the forecast for a winter storm. Stay safe.
The University Libraries offers a trial of a rich and diverse collection of videos across the social, behavioral, and health sciences. The SAGE Video Collection is designed to support instruction, learning, and research in colleges and universities. The subject areas represented in this trial include business & management; counseling & psychotherapy; criminology & criminal justice; education; geography, earth & environmental science; health & social care; leadership; media & communication; nursing; politics & international relations; psychology, social work, and sociology. The videos range from documentaries to in-practice classes, interviews, tutorials, and raw observational footage.
Enjoy exploring and tell us what you think of this resource. To get started, click here. To let us know what you liked or didn’t like, click here.
Effective May 24, 2021, study space reservations will no longer be needed to enter Mullen Library.
Mullen Library will be open to all who have a current CU ID. In accordance with DC and campus guidelines to protect themselves and those in our community who are unable to receive the vaccine, those who have not been vaccinated should continue to wear a mask at all times.
Library in-person services and schedules will be increasing throughout the summer as we hire and train more student employees. At the beginning of the summer, reservations will still be required to enter Mullen. The Stacks will open for browsing on Monday, May 17. While our circulation staff is still focusing on remote delivery of materials and contactless book pickup, to borrow books from the Stacks you may either use the self-check machine located in the lobby or leave books in bags provided at the circulation desk to be charged out and picked up at a later scheduled time. The current status of all library services can be found in our Libraries COVID-19 Information Guide.
Beginning Monday, April 5, reserving a study space in Mullen Library will be easier, and the library will no longer be closing during the day for cleaning. Frequent disinfecting of all common, high-contact surfaces will be on-going throughout the day. Reservations will be available for all hours that Mullen Library is open. There will be no limitation to how many hours you may reserve, but please be courteous to other students and only schedule for times you realistically expect to use. Library users will be required to submit a reservation request at least 2 hours in advance of their selected time and reservations can be made 10 days in advance. For more information and to reserve a study space in Mullen Library, please click here.
To be consistent with the quarantine phase for returning students, Mullen Library will be closed for study from January 25 to February 7. Book pickup and other remote services will continue.
The Mullen Library book drop at the rear of the library has been moved to the north rear entrance, closest to the Pryzbyla Center. Books may be returned there 24/7.
Repair of the water main break on the north side of Mullen Library is taking longer than anticipated. At this time, we do not know if we will have any water in the building on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. If you have made a study space reservation for tomorrow or plan to do that, consider this information and re-schedule if you are uncomfortable being in the building without access to water.
Book pickup is not affected.
We are sorry for any inconvenience.